St Brelade’s Bay Beach
Set in a beautiful location, St Brelade’s Bay Beach is Jersey’s busiest resort beach, with its tiny jetty and seaside parish church at the western end.
South facing, the beach enjoys a long day when the sun shines, although the western end becomes shaded in late afternoon. The bay is very sheltered from everything but onshore breezes. There is soft, golden sand along the entire length of the beach, most of it hidden by human bodies and their paraphernalia on a fine summer’s day.
Beach Ability is a charity that provides manual, ballooned wheelchairs available for use on this beach.
Rather than queuing for a parking space, we recommend the bus as a good alternative.
There are a number of public toilets along the length of the bay with access to the beach without crossing roads, and safe bathing at all states of the tide.
There is a full range of water sports, from beach volleyball and trampolines, to pedalos and other waterborne craft.
Not only is St. Brelade’s Bay Beach a place where you can catch the sun, but the bay is also home to multiple cafes and restaurants along the seafront; from seafood to pizza, bars and beach cafes, island dining comes with a spectacular sea view.